The genesis of the school dates to the 1960s when some concerned Old Methodist School Boys and Girls at Wesley Methodist Church, now the Wesley Cathedral at Adum, felt the need to establish a Secondary School to help parents who could not afford the cost of Boarding Secondary Education for their children. The idea did not receive much support those days until in 1979, when Rev. De Graft Johnson, who was the then Superintendent Minister in charge of the Wesley Methodist Church, had the vision and took a bold decision to set up the school with eleven students.
To offer holistic education as well as promote physically sound Girls capable of becoming future leaders
To be a centre of excellence offering a holistic education to Girls, empowering them to be future leaders
Awards and Achievements
|Year||Title of Award||Position|
|Qualified for the NSMQ in 2015, 2016|